a trust for the benefit of certain people that is different from a trust that benefits a charitable organisation.
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a Latin phrase that is given to a trustee who acts wrongly in the administration of his duties and is held liable.
the investigation made into the title on behalf of the person who wants the buy the property to make sure a clear title can be obtained. Also known as a title search.
a suit where one of the defendants asks for a separate trial from the others.
This phrase means the same as an attractive nuisance doctrine.
This term means the only tenant, the exclusive tenant and the only person who signed the lease.
a Latin term for total.
an attempt to bring a third party to a case by a defendant as the third party is liable to him.
See resulting trust.
a term for a creditor’s right to be paid by a debtor and a right to possession that is recoverable by a law suit.
This term is applied to the flat denial of the charges brought about by the opposing side.
This term is given to a person who benefits from breaching a trust.
situation where a will is written and the person gives money to one person with the understanding that they will hold it in trust for another person.
a trust where money or property is given to a trustee to benefit anther person.
a situation where a few people all share the costs of a property and is entitled to use it a certain time.
the officer of the court who acts as the trustee.
the term that is used to describe land that is inundated by water as the tide comes and is uncovered when the tide turns and goes out.
a person who owns shares in and possessed property in cooperative apartment block or a condominium.
the name given to the practice of insisting you buy another product before you are able to buy the one you want.
the term that applies to 2 or more people that are named to administer the trust.
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